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Fill DAY, A l'(JTST 7, VMl
AVhi:n tho devil jnul n notable
visit to the puilin of Eden lie
loiinetl tlie iiibe of (in luiuel of
liht unci devils of les-s note lmve
been aping liig exaiiiile ( vt r hince.
Slranti to hay, there are people
to this good day who display no
more sagacity in discovering the
fraud than did our last parents.
Tlir. prospect of Hpeaker-to-bo
Cannon's holding up nil financial
legislation nt tho next session of
Congress grows more promising,
notwithstanding tho President's
revised nunoucemeut that he would
call the special session to complete,
the ratification of the Cuban treaty
nnd "to pass needed financial leg
islation." Ex-Pi!Esii)ENT Cleveland nnd
General Miles have both been try
ing to demonstrate that they nre
too young to be laid on the shelf.
Mr. Cleveland has just become a
"happy father" and General Miles
lias ridden 90 miles in 10 hours.
This may prove a generation of
yo-ung old men as well as a gener
ation of of strenuous young men.
The attorneys for George W.
Beavers, the indicted former su
perintendent 6f salaries and allow
mices (the postolTice department),
maintain that the Government is
very inconsiderate of their client
in not making known to him the
defalcations of which they have
found him guilty. Mr. Beavers
probably thinks the postoffice of
ficials are very rude to want to
prosecute him at all.
Immigration for the fiscal year
just ended passed all previous rec
ords nearly a million aliens having
come to the United States, most
of them being tin lowest class of
labor from the most undesirable
parts of Europe. Of course the
American manufacturer must be
protected from all possible compe
titiou, but the American laboring
man can expect no protection
from cheap labor. Senator Elkins
and other men of his stamp who
represent the employers of cheap
labor in Congress will permit no
..additional restrictions on immi
TnE colored brother has discov
ered from the treatment accorded
him in the abolition State f llli
nois that he is the object of great
.pity and consideration as long as
he stays south of Mason and Dixon
line. But let him go north of the
Ohio Iliver to earn his bread by
the sweat of his brow and he is
looked upon as an invader and made
fond for cuupowder. The rights
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of the down-trodden blacks are cas
into the rear. The inalienable
right of an American citizen to
seek work in any State isproclaimet'
a lie, and his reception by a State
which has maligned bitterly South
ern States for their reception of the
blacks has been at the point of rifles
:and they greeted them with deadly
fusillades. Yet Tanner and his
contingent will continue to how
about the outrageous tnatmen
of blacks in the fckuth.--Nashville
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A LONO ITOKV IN' ItlllEF.
The Wicliita lkacon, Kansas, puts it
this wav :
The distiller, from the bushel of corn,
makes four gallons of whisky (with the
aid of various harmful products si tut adul
terations). Tliesu four gallonsof whisky
retail fur if 1C.-H).
Tho fanner who raises the corn pvis
rom hventv-five to fiftv cents.
The I'nited States frovonunent, through
its taxes on whisky, jiels $4.-10.
The railroad coinj any jrels $1.
The manufacturer ;ets $1.
The drayman who hauls the whiskv
ireto fifteen cents.
The retailer gets. !f7.
The niau. who drinks the whisky pets
Hih w ife pets Lunger and sorrow.
His children irets raps and insufficient
Yaoek, Wakhex Cor.NTV, Tknx.,
May Providence smile on Dr. D. Gar-
finkle, of Nashville, Tenn., who restored
my sipht Ly Lis Eye Remedy. 1 wish it
were possible to make all the people who
ire alllicted w ith prannlated eyelids and
sore eyes understand what glorious work
Dr. D. Gariinkle's Eye Keniedy is doiu
My eyes have been sore for the last six
years, and I suffered pain in both eyes
day and night. I had several doctors to
treat them, but both eyes got worse all the
time, until I was not able to see my own
bildren, or tell them apart, except by
their voices, and all my money gave out.
so I had given up to remain blind the bal
ance of mv life. But thank God for send
ing Dr. Garllnkle to our county, and by
the use of only one bottle of his famous
Eye Remedy my eyesight is restored,
therefore I will never cease praying for
the doctor's prosperity.
Mus. Oi.lie Newisy.
For llonieseekers anil Colonies.
The country along the Cotton Belt
Route in Southeast Missouri, Arkansas,
Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers
the greatest opportunities for homeseek
ers. Mild climate, good water, cheap
building material, abundance of fuel, and
soil that will often in a single season yiek
enough to pay for the ground. Land can
be bought as cheap as $2.50 an acre, prai
rie land at $4 and $5 per acre up, bottom
land at $5 airi $6 and up, ioproyed or
partly cleared land at $10 and $15 per acre
up, Some fine propositions for colonies
tracts of 2,000 to 8,000 acres at $4 to $10
per acre big money in this for a good or
ganizer. Fruit and truck lands in the fa
mous peach and tomato belt of East Tex'
as at $10 to $20 per acre up. Write us
for information about cheap rates, excur
sion dates, also literature descriptive o
this greateountry and let ushelpyou fiiu
a home that will cost vou no more than
the rent you pay every year.
E. W. LaBkacme,
General Passenger and Ticket Apent,
St. Louis, Mo
All parties indebted to J- T. Hollings
worth are hereby notilied to come for
ward and settle by August 100.'!.
W. T. Morris,
For Infants and Children.
Th 3 Kind Ycu Hava Always Bought
?igiiaturg of VfuZ',
,M) V. Mill; ION.
,-.tIM tilt II !Ml' i.'l.tTf, h ttif "fl-tt)
tiai in :i i y 1 1 i.l 'ii'i I w ii h ! hf-pi i it 'f s! alo
man h p ittnl the ability In KoopHliiln
liniii no p'il.!ii' ;;!' i.i (ilir itiol'i'M
mi to 1 In I l.o li-s M i ciiii'iiiH w u!k h in ! : fo
aiol nt, i!c a -.'seel".' in ihf ci. i trial
svniM n- vi-ui.linp flli'iw to rlliM.v .iili
ihi-ir iii'ihlinrs in ll,' miirtsif Nsituic
A mail is accillliti'd a S.li'ci'trs who lii"
li.ti's In iiny i (,( 1 1 1 i ht'-i'1 and few
ue h in in I w liiit cap.lcit V i li. il fully lest-
il Ly niif cal'linp. IPit hi ini't 1 1 1 - cniiics
in- u Lo 4'i u u 1 i i n'H the aLility nf several
Ui'l lakes Lis plaei III any In-ld Wllh the
illli(r llti' Mild I'.l-y Sell'-pii.-se,'in nf a
ea'ier. Ma n a man is raj'l JuIhi .
.Mnrtmi, MM'tcfat y nf Slate I'nr 'l'i'lil)(" ,-ee.
1'nf years Captain Muttnii has Leen
pl'olnmi lit 111 the Mate lie lias served sn
well. He trained Lis military tit Ii' w Len
i mere lad. i.very one laimaar u itii the
Lisini y ,f thi. laist ('ausc know s of I'm -
est's vniiii'iartiilery ollirer. wlmse dah-
mi: cniiinpe and sul.linie mdili'-'reiiee tn
lauper made him such a slreinith tn the
li t n Tennessee leader. Captain Morton
fmi-ht his puns all thiniiph the war, and
won nr hiniM'if a fame that will he han 1-
1 .low n the peiietatious to come,
lint his surro.s as a lighter only intro-
hlcid him tn (he world v hose respect he
as since compelled in other w ays. Ami
urnicr he ranks amonp the Lest informed
ind most iiillneiilial of Iavn!.soii County.
s a citizen lie serves as an example. Am
a puLlic ollicial, Le sLrnvs that he can
serve his State in lime of peace with the
same profit to her commonwealth that
marked his ollorts with the sword. He
is servinp his first term as secretary of
State, lie has surrounded himself w ith
i corps of eJlicient helpers, and, directiup
their t Hurts, has simplified and systema
tized the methods of his ollice until the
State is saved consideraLle expenditure
of time and money in its conduct.
SALE OF LAND.
In obedience to a decree made and en
tered in the cause of John Smothers vs.
Ann Baker et als. in the County Court of
Benton County at its July term, VM), I
w ill at the east door of the court house in
the town of Camden on
S.V1TUDAY THE 22l) IAY OK AfOfST, WOIi,
otl'er for sale to the highest bidder, for
paitition, a tract, of land containing 177
acres, be the same more or less, lying and
icing in the fourteenth civil district of
Benton County, and known as the Wil
liam Bakiu- tract of land. A full and
complete description of said land will be
given on day of sale, and can be seen be
fore sale at my office. Sai l land will be
sold subject to the homestead rights of
Ann Baker and Sam Baker, minor chil
dren of the said William Baker, one of
which is twenty years old and the other is
about seventeen vears old.
TeKMS Of S.VI.K.
The purchaser will be required to pay
25 per cent of the purchase ju ice in cash
and execute his notes in two equal in
stallments due in 0 and 18 months, with
approved security, and a lien will be re
tained on said land as further security.
This July ;;o, r,!o;;.
W. D. COOPER,
8. L. Peki.ku, . Clerk.
Solicitor for complainant.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL
I, V. R. McCracken, trustee, in order
to satisfy a certain deed of trust executed
to me as trustee by R. C. Reddick and
wife, M. J. lieddick, on the 10th day of
May, 1002, for the benefit of and to secure
the Warder, P.usbnell it Glessener Co. in
Ue sum of :fl0o, with interest, which is
evidenced by said trust deed and by a
promisory note of same date as said deed,
said deed of trust being recorded in trust
deed book No. (1G page 575, in the Reg
ister's ollice of Denton County, Tennes
see ; will on Saturday, the 5th day of Sep
tember, 100;;, in the town of Camden atl
o'clock p. m. at the court house door in
said town, sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash the followin tract of land
tow it : Lying and being in the sixteenth
civil district of Denton County, Tennes
see, and known as a part of tho Wyatt
lands and bounded as follows : On the
north by Rushing, east by Searber, south
by Akcrs, House and McAuley, wesst by
Rediliek and containing about 40 acres.
Said land will be sold to satisfy said trust
deed and indebtedness due to the said
Warder, Busline!! it Glessener Co., and
will be sold free from homestead and
This August 4, 100.1.
W. R. M c CR ACK EX,
I am in need of a few reliable, energetic
men to act as aent for the saleof nursery
stock. Previous experience not essential.
Live, active men can earn good wayes.
For terms address, giving full name, age
and reference, W. Y. C. (JRANT,
OUR job printm? facilities are first-class, and
our specialty is jrooil W(.rk. Kstmiates (and
samples w here (iossil'le) will be furnished on ap
plication. Address 1'llK Cll u i.sict.K., Caiildeii,
08 OITBOOT fl
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THE SCI MIT A It,
VA"''.U - A trustworthy eciilti-man or hid v
ill c.ich coinil v to iiiaii ijif) hiisincss fur ;ui old cs
talilislicd house ot sold liii;iin-i;l stiiiidnit!'. A
Straight, honii lide weekly salary ol rlS. m i;iid hy
i'cl caeil Wetliii'Sdav Willi ail expenses (lirecl
from headquarters. Money ail va need lor expen
ses. Manager, to Cuxlon liuilitinu, I'liieauo.
T A NTICH Kveryliody to know that you don't
have to sillier iniv lonirer with (.ranulateil
Eyelids, iSora Kyes, nor to liava1 your eyes water,
itch, bum, smart, nuin 'M', or wild hair to pull,
liec.'iuso you ran eure yourself at home Willi Dr.
I , li. It KIN K I.KS KYK KK.MKDV. No mat
ter how severe I lie case is, norol how loiii; sland
i 1 1 H , his remedy can and will cure you. It has
en red hundreds of olliers after iloetorsaiid other
remedies had failed. Write lor a free sample;
it will sure convini-B you that you can and ill lie
cured; cost you nothiit;: to yhe it a trial. Ad
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j THE ORIGINAL
A sallow comnlexiou. dizziness, t
biliousness and a coated tongue
are common indications of liver
and kidney diseases. Stomach and J'
bowel troubles, severe as they are,
give immediate warning by pain, I
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IJI1I ,lll tlllil tl(llllll(M, B
I though less painful at the start, are J
much harder to cure. Thedford s i'
liv k-Draugbt never fails to bene- 1
i fit diseased liver and weakened kid- !
neys. It stirs up the torpid liver I
I to throw off the germs of fever and
X asrue. It is a certain preventive i
of chfilora and lirirrht'a rlisf jn nf J
ine Kiimejs. v un Kianevs re
inforced by Thedford 's lilaek -Draught
thousands of persons have
dwelt immune in the midst of yel
low fever. Many families live in
perfect health and have no other
doctor tjjari Thedford's Rlaek
I rau?bt. It is always on hand for
i'i i nr-.i ii
use in an emergency and saves tj
many expensive calls or a doctor.
H Mullins, S. C, March 10, 1901.
li 1 U . . . i Tt lr 1' - ii i. i . .i . .
i nave ustu iiiiuiuru j DiiicK-uraugni f
for three years and I have not had to go j
I to a doctor since I have been taking it. -i
the best medicine for me that is
on the market for liver and kidney If
j uuuoitj ar,u uy.ipepsia ana oiner i
n comD amts. Kcv. A. (i. I rwis.
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